Hey guys, I've got a grounding problem on my GSR200. I touch the strings and I get pops through the amp. Anyway, I read the article on removing ground loops off guitarnuts.com and just so I'm clear before I start cutting, and soldering my bass. A few points.... 1. I remove where the pot is soldered to the shells and put a negative wire on the terminal that is now free. 2. I desolder the pup's negative wire off the shell. I also remove the output negative wire from the shell as well. (?) 3.I solder all the negative wires together leaving the negative wires all going out via the jack negative. Insulate and pray? 4. lastly put the bridge ground on a ring terminal thats on the pot mount. Is this all right? Did I miss something very important. I hope someone can make this clear for me. I don't want to hurt my baby Good night fellas, read you in the morning.